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Meet Me @ The Altar release new single Kool

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American rockers Meet Me @ The Altar have shared new music ahead of their upcoming debut album Past // Present // Future. Former GAY TIMES Amplify cover stars Meet Me @ The Altar are gearing up to a new era.

Ahead of the release of their new project, the band have dropped their new single, Kool. Meet Me @ The Altar explained the meaning the new track in a press release: “Kool is the love child of everything we’re into musically.

There’s rock ‘n roll guitars, heavy drums, and a crazy, catchy, pop-inspired vocal melody on top. It’s a fun, anthemic song about having a crush on someone, and wanting them to know how ‘kool’ you think they are.” And if you can’t get enough of their new single, well, don’t worry as the band will be coming out with a full-length record which will be released on March 10 via Fueled by Ramen.

The band explained more about their new record: “The things we hold from our past inform who we are now and where we might go.

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